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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, MAY 27. 1S90.
Are worth more than we will ask for MEN'S UN LAUNDERED SHIRTS,
full size, good muslin, well made.
To attract attention to our Men's Furnishing Goods Department and to
settle the fact beyond the shadow of a donbt that we make the LOWEST
PRICES onnnlaundried shirts and give the best values possible. We will
sell this week.
One lot of Men's Unlaundered Shirts, made from best quality New York
Mills muslin, linen bosoms, reinforced fronts at 39c each. A price never be
fore quoted for N. Y. mills Muslin. -
Selling reliable shirts at low prices has built our immense trade in unlaun
dered Shirts. Every shirt sold warranted a perfect fit or money refunded
23c will buy our A quality of Men's Unlaundried Shirts, full size, good
muslin well made, complete in every way, button holes and all, 23c each-
THE BOSS of them aU Our 50c Shirt New York mills muslin, rein
forced front and back, patent facing, 60o.
75c buys a dollar shirt. 90c for unlaundried shirts. You would pay else
where $ 1 .25 for. A close comparison wanted on above styles.
One lot Men's fine balbriggan summer Undershirts 25c each-
Will call attention to following quotations which are extremely low.
(Third room west, muslin underwear department.) One lot Ladies' fine
Aprons, lace open work border 15o.
One lot fancy embroidered Aprons 20c- Other special values at 22c, 32c,
J nst recnived embroidered muslin pillow shams 34c pr. in third room west
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT 40in. Dress Flannels down again!
This time they go at 1 6 l-2c a yard- a most wonderful bargain.
Just received the latest summer dress fabric pure lustre mohairs
1712, 1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Second Avknuk.
Bargains in China Ware.
Tea and cofToe cups, 3st)1es 3c each
Saucers to in itch 3c
15in. ovul dishes l!Sc "
11 Hi. " 10c
VJin. ptatea Rc "
4in. sauce duties 9c
8111. sauce or vegetable dinbea 13c "
7in. " " 10c "
Egg caps Sc "
Bone dixhei 3c '
These pood 8 were slightly damaged In shipping,
but would be bargains at oneh ilf more than we
ask for tbem.
4 piece ga-den sets -joe
Decker's kitchen soap, per box 15c
Pure Irish linen paper, per quire 8c
Envelopes to match, per pack l(K-
1703 Second Avenue.
House Furnishing Goods,
Gas Fitting Stock
BAKER & HOUSMAN.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN &d ABLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
For the cure of all disorders of
They are safe, sure and pleasant
They have no equal as a Family
we give away a sample package FREE. Call and get one.
Regular Size 25c a Bottle.
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Rock Island.
the Liver, Kidney and Stomach.
and act like a charm.
Pill, and that all may try them
A TERRIBLE CHARGE.
A Father Ai-rested for a Blost Hein-
Aeeaseii of I net at With Him Thirteen
Yrar Old daughter--Other Affair
Marshal Miller arrested Oliver Vanlan
iogham at his home on First avenue out
toward tie saw mill last niht on the
charge of one of. the most licentious and
unnatural crimes that mortal man can
conceive or be guilty of that of inceBt
his victim being his thirteen year old
daughter Kisiali. Yanlaningham Is a
laborer at tht lower saw mill and is about
forty Tears of age, his family consisting
of his wife and one child the daughter
on whom he is alleged to have committed
this most heinous outrage upon the laws
of nature ami man. The complaining
witness upoi whose sworn affidavit
Magistrate Wivill issued the war-
.... 1 .
aui itir i HDianineuaiD s arrest is
Myer Simon, who told the 'squire under
oath that he l ad a memorandum of dates
in which he lad known the accused to be
gtiilly of lb.) assault charged, and that
his acts of tbis nature were numerous.
Vanlaninghaia was locked up in the
county jail and protests his innocence,
but the daughter confessed her father's
guilt to the marshal last night. Today,
however, an influence has been brought
to bear on Simon, and be has expressed a
desire to withdraw the charge, but this
will not be allowed by the authorities
who rightly propose to prosecute the
case to the bitter end. and if the charge
is proven, lo deal with the offender
to the full extent ariminonMfi
under the law. Indeed it does
not seem within the power of man
to devise a punishment severe enough to
satisfy the et ds of justice and morality
in such a ens.).
John Egleton was fined $3 and costs
by Magijtrata Wivill this morning for in
toxication. Win. Chan burs, Tillie Smith and May
Woods were gathered in by the police
est evening for reckless driving and this
morning a fit e of $5 and costs on each
The Davenport Democrat thinks the
rascal who is making a practice of
frightening young girls in this city by
looking through windows at nights is a
crazy ex convict named Dwyer who cut
a series of similar capers in Davenport
about a month ago.
The Davtnport Time thus relates a
P'euiinr and unfortunate experience of
J. S. Huntoto, of this city, private sec
retary to Supt. Schnitger, of the Holmes
Last evening J. S. Huntoon attended
the dedication services at the BhihUi
church, leav.ug bia horse and buggy tied
tp a post net r by. Upon coming out of
church he found his horse gone, and an
other in its place; upon questioning the
owner of the rig he ascertained that the
place was vacant when he arrived. Some
one had taen Huntooa's rig and de
parted. i trace of the property has
yet been found. The horse was a fine
one, four yeiirold dark bay, almost brown
in color, and the buggy a light top one.
Two young men were seen during the
evening at Washington Park with a rig
answering I be description above, and
diligent inq liry failed to ascertain that
they bad hind a conveyance from any of
I he livery stubles in the city. Mr. Hun
toon will 08 glad to find his property
and proaecue to the fullest extent of the
law the rascals who took it if they can
The M inflow Ulswit Worker.
John P. Eyerbart, president of the
Window G ass Workers' Association of
America, arrived at the Harper this morn
ing and is today visiting the employes at
the Rock Idand works. To an Argus
reporter th s morning be said: "I am
simply traveling over the country getting
acquainted 'vith the window glass work
ers, anil that is the object of my mission
to Rock Island. I am gratified to say
that every? here I have been, I find the
glass workvra satisfied and prosperous
with only the most encouraging pros
K mc Ball Challenge.
There is to be an excursion of railroad
men from I'eona to Hick Island on Sun
day, June c. and a Peoria juvenile base
ballist would like to arrange a hall game
here on that date. Hence the appended
To the Kditin :
Peoiua. 111.. May 25. The Peoria
Stars challenge any club in Rock Island
or Davenport, aged 15 to 17, for a game
to be played in your city Sunday, May 8.
for any amount of money. If challenge
be accept! d please address Jno. J.
Yingst, 10:.'3 North Adams street, Peoria.
The -wfaae of the water was 3 90 at
noon; the "cmpcrature 73.
The Irere D., Pilot, A. J. Whitney, Jo
Long, Em na and Pauline came down.
The Irete D., Pilot, Jo Long, Lion, J.
K Graves and C. J. Caff re y passed up.
The C. W. Cowles came down with
sixteen strings of logs, the C. J. Caffrey
with eight airings and the Louisville with
six f logs and eight of lumber.
teeny's Menteaee Conmated.
Gov. Fifer yesterday commuted the
life sentence of Bernard Heeny sent to
Jo'iet pen tentiary for life for the murder
of Police Officer Rosenfleld, in Rock Is
land, in April, 1879,. to twenty years in
the penitentiary. According to this
Heeny hat. served over half his time.
The trial of 'the U. B. vs the M. E.
church of Moline is progressing before a
jury composed of Henry Eieke, Henry
Fern. Pt ter Eckhardt, John Gipson,
Robert Cr yne, Leonard Siegartner, Thos.
Fuller, August Anderson, Arnold s.
wold, E. T. Wilson, Math Frederickson
and H. J. Hull.
Mrs. E. S. Warner gave a pleasant
progress! 7e euchre party Saturday even
Mrs. H. C. Connelly gave a brilliant
reception this afternoon. .
The eraat "May bargain Bale" at Stef-
fen's, Davenport, will be continued for
three day s longer Monday, Tuesday ana
Wednesday. Do not fail to attend It.
Kaaatrratara for Rock. Inland City
and Connty aa ConmlHHloned. by
Supervisor of Census J. W. Bailey, of
Princeton, of the Third district of Illi
nois, has commissioned the following
enumerations for Rock Inland city and
First ward, Louis Olilweiler; Second
ward, first division. Allen H. Hampton,
second division, Wm. H. Pollard; Third
ward, first division, Fred Hillier, second
division, Harry Cor ken; Fourth ward,
first division, Harry Hodges, second di
vision, Root. W. Pearce; Fifth ward,
first division, Jas. A. Montgomery, sec
ond division. Olof Atkinson; Sixth ward,
Chas. Dunn; Seventh ward, Joshua Has
First ward, Jonas H. Wistrand; Second
ward, Andrew Anderson: Third ward,
Clement L. Guy; Fourth ward, Chas
Patch; Fifth ward, Thos. Merry man;
Sixth ward, Anson M. Hubbard; Seventh
ward, Joshua Wadsworth.
IN THE COUNTV.
South Moline Henry E. Biggs, Mo
line. Port Byron John McCauley, Port
Rural Wm. S. Bailey. Coal Valley.
South Rock Island Thos. T. Vincent.
Zuma John L. Noah. Rapids City.
Andalusia Charles Burgoyne, Andas
Black Hawk Robt. B. Olmstesd.
Bowling Wm. B. Connelly, Tajlor
Buffalo Prairie John S. Brurter, Il
Canoe Creek Jos. S Martin. Hills
Coal Valley Thos. J. Murphy, Coal
Coe Hugh McCall. Port Byron.
Cordova Theodore Abbott, Cordova.
Drury Wm. H. Woroacks, Illinois
Edgington George W. Kilpatrick.
Hampton Henry O. Norton, Hamp
ton. The census enumerator will make his
rounds during next month, and he will
propound a multitude of questions which
from any other source would be regarded
as extremely personal, but wbieh you are
expected to answer with as much accur
acy as possible. You must tell him your
name in full . If you served in the war.
you must tell him on which side, and if
you are a soldier's widow you must also
tell him. You must tell your relationship
to the head of the family. You must tell
whe'.her you are a white or black, mul
atto, quadroon, octoroon, Chinese, Jap
anese, or Indian; the enumerator may be
blind. You must tell the place of your
birth, the place of your father's birth, and
of your mother's birth. You must tell
the number of years you have been in the
United States; whether naturalized, and
whether naturalization papers have been
taken out. You must tell your profes
sion or occupation, and the months you
have been employed during the year end
ing May 3t. You must tell whether you
are able to read and write, and if you are
able to speak English; if not. tse lan
guage you speak. If you have any dis
ease or are defective in mind, sight, hear
ing, speech, or if yon are crippled, you
must tell it. You must tell whether you
own your home or rent it; if owned.
whether rarrlgiged. If you are a farmer
you must tell whether the farm is your
own or hired, and if your own whether
The Driver Have Meat.
The drivers on the various lines of the
Holmes sj stern are wearing happy coun
tenances these times, Supt. Schnitger
having decided to provide seats the ne
cessity of which has been so recently
urged by the Arous and has given an
order already for thirty which are being
made at the Moline avenue car houses.
and othcis will be ordered later. The
seat is to be of a convenient and readily
adjustable pattern, such as can be folded
up out of the way when not in use, and
drivers are to have strict orders when the
seat is permissible, and when it is not.
which is proper. There are places along
the route where a driver can safely rest
himself, but there are others where he
should be on his feet and alert in order
to look out for the company's interests as
well as the public's.
Th? following new books have been re
ceived at the Rock Island'public library:
Story of Russia, by Morrill, (story of
national; Story of the Barbary Corsairs,
by Poole, (story of nations); The Bag
t'tpers, by Hand; Jxtt and Kitty, by
Blackmore; The Four Georges, v. 2, by
Justin McCarthy; Volcanoes, by James
Dana; Saint Elizabeth, by F. II. Burnett;
Personally Conducted, by F. R. Stock
ton; Lady of Aroostook, Hazard of New
Fortunes, by W. D. Howells; Expiation,
hv Alice French; History of the United
States, 4 volumes, Henry Adams; Agnes
of Sorrento, by H. B. Slowe; Havelock,
Marie Bashkirtseff, by A. Forbes; Two
Voices, by H. iiarland; Humble Ro
mance, by M. E. Wilkins; Quits, by J.
Tantphoens; William Cullcn Bryant, by
J. Bigelow: The Red Mustang, by W. O.
Stoddard; Marie, by George Isaacs; Two
Years in the French West Indies, by L.
Hearn; Daily News Almanac, by Q.
Plumbe; Peterborough, by W. Stebbing;
A Waif of the Plains, by F. Bret Uarte:
Otto of the Silver Hand, by Howard
Pyle: Between the Lines, by Charles
King; Parnell Movement, by T P. O'Con
nor; Wonders of the Tropics, by H. M
A Davenport Trick.
While a young man from Rock Island
was, with his mother, visiting friends in
West Davenport last evening, some con
temptible rascal unscrewed the nut from
one of the axles of their carriage. As a
consequence before 'the couple bad pro
ceeded far on their way home the wheel
came off near the corner of Fifth and
Marquette streets. This upset the bug
gy, throwing the occupants out. and
frightened the horsa so that be ran, drag -
ging the vehicle after him, until he
brought up in the excavation made for
the brick paving on Third street. Neith
er the young man nor his mother were
badly hurt, bnt the buggy suffered eerl
ous injuries. Davenport Democrat?
Fine Bastdenca For Bant.
The dwelling formerly occupied by D.
B. Sears, near Black Hawk's watch tow
er, with nine acres of land. Also the
barns at the Davenport homestead. Ap
ply to Hkskt Curtis.
Have jour ice cream put up in brick,
melon, pyramid or individual forms by
Krell & Math and then you will have
something extra fine for your parties or
receptions. JNo extra charge.
THE PATRIOTIC DEAD.
Farther Arranaraaenia for Memorial
Way KxeretHcn -Who Hlcrp in the
Comrades E. II. Buck, J. M. Beardsley
and F. C. Ilemenway of the memorial
committee of Buford post, G. A. R , have
completed arrangements for the services
in Rock Island and are desirous that all
parties contributing flowers for Memorial
Day, to send them to the G. A. R. ball
Thursday afternoon to be arranged into
wreaths and bouquets, some 250 of etch
being necessary for the day. Special
designs made by individuals thould be at
the monument as esrly as 8 o'clock a. m.
A special train will leave the C, B. &
Q depot for Moline at 1 :30 p. m. on
Memorial Day to accommodate those
wishing to attend the ceremonies of the
day at the Island cemetery and to return
to Rock Island immediately after the ser
vices. A fare or ten cents for the round
trip has been arranged.
Following a custom observed for sev
eral years, the Buford post decorating
committee will in addition to the usual
services at the county soldiers' monument
decorate the graves of the sleeping sol
diers in Chippiannock cemetery. The
reco:ds in the hands of Capt. J. M.
Beardsley slow that the soldiers interred
N. B. Buford, brigadier general;
Meatvard, lieut. and asst. adit, gen ;
Edson, major of ordnance corps. U.
S. A.; John Morris, major 12Gth III.;
Thomas Morris. 1st lieut. II, 45 III ; L.
W. Padgett. 1. 126th 111.; Andrew Ered-
erick. II. 12Cth III ; George Graham, H,
37th 111 ; Smith Gi ahum. B. 65th 111.;
James McCcrd, captain; John Clement;
James W. Brackett. surg. 9th III. cav. ;
John Deitz. Sergt. Co. A, 9th III. cav.;
Thomas McCartney; Chris. Kirber, 2d
lieut. II, 126;h 111.; Peter Strupp, A. 9ih
III. cav ; John Sargent, (Confederate
army); Daniel Knittle; Thos. Yatee ; Geo.
Heisel; Wm. Hoffman, brie, gen , U. S.
A.; Joseph Kelly; Joseph Eaton, lieut.
A, 37tb Iil ; Johu Green; James Green:
L. M Haversiiek, capt. F, 130th Penn.;
Judge Benedict; J. F. Coop, cant. F,
89 h III ; Stephen Spencer; Wm. C.
Blackburn, rapt. A, 9ih III. cay.; Joseph
H. K.iox, lieut. K. 9 h III. cav. ; R. H
Vermillion; Wm. Trouble; Louis Martin,
(colored); Jack Beardsley. (colored);
Herman Wolford. cant. II, 37lh 111 ; Wcs-
ley Swain: Henry DeSanto; Napoleon
Woods, (colored) F. 122. Col ; M. Haod-
shaw. E. 43d III ; Geo. L. Nash. C, 21st
Iowa; David Hillier, capt. A, 9th III. cav.;
Geo. W. Darrow; Jacob R. Phillipp;
Geo. Wylks, II. 37th 111.; Gabriel Boll-
man, L, 1 4 in 111. Cav ; James Linton, A.
931 III.; Matthew McCullough; Dayid
Shires. A. 93d III ; Thomas E. Davis;
David Rct;ig. A, 9:h III. Cav.; A. M.
Crane. A, 13 h III ; M. G. Stanlev. F,
89th III ; W. B. Srymonr. Capt. H.45th
III.; Aug. Herkert, 7lh Iowa Cav.; Menas
Exner. 41st 111.: Geo. W. Pi'grim. A,
37ih 111 ; John W. Lahiff. K, 5Sth III. ;
Clement Bradsbaw. A, 9th Iil. Cav
Fritz Gall, A. 9th III. Cav : Frank Ful
singer. A. 9ih 111. Cay.; A Van Camp, L,
14 ih 111. Cav ; Chas. L- McCartnv. K.
58:h III. Thomas Clark (colored); David
Berk. C, 102.1 III.; N. McCormiik.
If any omissions have been made in
this lit, anyWe knowing of such will
confer a favor by sending the same to
Cant. Beardsley. -
E. P. Pinneo and wife have
Horton, Kan., on a short visit.
Clint Parkhurst. a former able and well
known attache of the Arous, is in the
Aid. and Mrs. Chas. Durmann wel
comed a blight little daughter tbis morn
ing. Mr. C. B. Knox is failing rapidly this
afternoon and will probably not suryive
Mr. A. K. Alter and wife left for Lin
coin, Neb., last evening to visit with
some of their children.
Mi. Harry Wickman and family have
rcturnel from their visit to St. Louis and
other places in Missouri.
Dr. Harms and wife, of Chicago, are
the guests of Mr. L.thar Harms at his
home on Eighteenth street.
Fred Alter, the sign writer, has been on
the sick list for two weeks, but is around
attending to business again.
Lieut . James Normoyle, of the regular
army, is in the city for a few days visit
with his parents, on his way to Ft. David,
Tex., to which post, he has just been or
dered. Mrs. Henry Regensberger and child of
Mexia, Tex. is in the city to spend the
summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H. Burgower. Mr. Regensberger will
vi sit here later in the season.
Local Ticket Agent Skelton, of the
Rock Island road, has advices of an ex
cursion rate to all points within 100 miles
of Rock Island on May 30th Memorial
day good for return trip May 31sU
The graduating class of the Rock Is
land high school this year desire it to be
expressed as their wish that no flowers or
other gifts be presented tbem at Har
pers theatre, and that if any such
donations are desired to be made
they be sent to the homes of the grad
There was a large attendance of cotn-
radi s at the meeting of Buford post G.
A. It., last evening to hear the address of
Gen. Nelson Monroe, of Arlington
Heights, Mass., on the $3 pension bill
which was described together with the
object of Gen. Monroe's mission to Rock
Island in the Arous of last evening. The
general urged that all veterans become
identified with the great object, and to
stand together for the succeus of the $8
service bill as they did from 18G1 to
Rev. R. F. 8weet, rector of Trinity
church, will leave Rock Island the fore
part of next week for New York where
he will join Rev. Daniel I. OJell, of Trin
ity church. New York, who ia an old
personal friend and protege of Mr. 8weet,
and sail on June 18 on the North German
Lloyd steamship Saale from New Tork
for Southampton. Three months will be
spent on the continent of Europe. Dur
ing Mr. Sweet's absence Rev. Canon Kel
logg, of Davenport, will officiate at Trin
ity the first five Sundays, and the last
seven weeks Rev. Edward II. Rudd, of
Knoxeille, will come and occupy the
rectory and conduct the services. The
trip is not only one that Mr. Sweet has
long desired, but it is fortunate as a hope
ful means of restoring his impaired health.
Trinity parish In granting their pastor the
vacation passed resolutions appreciative
of his earnest and faithful zeal and in
voking God's blessing upon him In his
Tax lale Houea.
The annual tax sale will commence
next Monday, June 2, at the court bouse
Step in to Krell & Math's ice cream
parlor and try a dish of the finest and
purest ice cream made. .
Furnished rooms for rent. Inquire of
scnaab as w otters.
A USELESS LOSS.
A riae Brick Dwelling Drotroyrd by
Fire This Afternoon The Flrenaea
Work star Bat et There Too Lte.
Fire broke ont in the triple brick dwel
ling on the south side of Second avenue
between Eleventh and Twelfth streets at
4 o'clock this afternoon and so much
time elapsed before a fire company could
reach the fire the entire building, a
handsome brick owned by Mr. E.
W. Hurst, soon fell a prey to the flimei.
The Franklins and Holly's were on
the scene in fairly good time, but were
powerless to reach the seat of the fire be
cause of the absence of the hook and lad
der truck, w hich did not arrive until half
an hour after the discovery of a flame,
and then by means of a team in "hot
haste" from a livery stable over half a
The house was occupied by three fam
ilies II. W. llaii-lip on the east, II. C
Wiviil in tie centre, and Mrs. Levy on
the west. The flames appeared in the
roof of Mr. Wiv ill's house, and by a
prompt and vigilant fire service, a bucket
or so of water would have been the end
of tbem. The buildings were
worth fS.000 at least. The peo
ple in that neighborhood could,
no doubt, give some valuable
testimony as to the needs of a paid fire
department if they would.
The volunteers worked with a will and
did the best they could, but their facil
ities were inefficient.
Messrs. James Wiyill and Myer Levy
were severely injured by the falling of a
burning ceiling on them while in the
home attempting to save furniture.
Distressing news came from Iowa
City to relatives in tbis city last n'ght.
It was of the death at her parent's home
there of Mrs. Andrew Coleman, of this
city, who but a year and a half ago came
to Rock Island as the happy bride of Mr.
Coleman. For some time, however, she
had been suffering from consumption
which finally claimed her aa its victim.
Her maiden name was Kathenne Noonan
and she was twenty-feven years r.f age.
The lime and place of the funeral are not
Whitman's butter cups and marsh mal
lows put up in fancy half pound boxes at
Krell & Math 'a.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Mint, wintergreen, maple and lemon
wafers extra fine and fresh at Krell A
C. A. Steel, - Manager.
ONE KIQHT OKLV.
THURSDAY, MAY 29th
Return of the Welcome Favorite, .
PETE BAKER !
Tiic wor.t wide, well-known Comedian, in the
rirlie-i .Irr.fcd and moat laughable comedy, re
confliiutied by himeelf, entitled
CHRIS AND LENA,
Ii. pl. 'to with a grand harmonious blending of
pretty -one-, witty rayinp and comical nlBationi.
with the bright .utifhine of muMe, onpportcd hv a
company of acknow ledged vocal and Comedy abil
ity, tm-ludini; Mi JOS1K SISSON, the well
known inrinj Muhrette, late iIarof Little Nng
p.'t t'o.. and tbe funniest of all Iri-h conmliann.
MR. JOHN' M1KRHAN, late of irhetbsn and
( 'oyne. and the cleverent of all child artista. emilv
44 year, of ae.) little 1RKNK FU.VSKL1N, lu
all her latest aonjr-
l'retty Kacea ! Exquisite Toilet ! Elegant
Cotnnie! Magnificent Scenery.
The Funniest piny ever wntte.n lont mi It.
Prices Parqaette 7Tc; Balcony 50c; tiallery
J5c. Seat- now on pale.
Table and Shelf Oil
ROOM AND PICTURE
rvTPlctnr Cord, Twine, Nail
and Hook at lowest prices.
Call and sue.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue.
Under Bock Island Uouae.
im arm or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semt annually, collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Kooms S and 4 Xaaonle Temple.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL
Lloyd & Stewart,
KOCK. IBbAKD, lax.,
Spring Styles now Ready.
Are in Demand.
Mclntire Bros, offer specially good
things at low prices:
Challies. 4c a yard.
Challies, 5c a yard.
Challies, 7 1 -2c a yard.
New half wool and all wool chal
lies at popular prices.
Paisley twill, imitating the popu
lar all wool blazer fabrics, in stripes,
cream ground 1 9c a yard.
Lawn tennis suitings, plaids and
stripes, 10c a yard -
Satines, large variety, 10c a yard.
Hock Island, Illinois.
Who now own the
"West of Chicago, are ready to take the people of this vicin
ity through one of the largest and finest
in this section of the country, which is elegantly lighted
and contains the largest and hansomest PATTERNS OF
ever seen in the three cities, and their stock of FURNI
TURE nd CURTAINS is grander than ever.
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And N08. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
MRS. P. GREENAWALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES
.. For Ladies and Gentlemen.
tSTTanned Goods in all colors.
An Encyclopedia valued at $8 00 Riven away to each customer bavins $25. 00
worth of Boots and Shoes. Call in and let as show you the book and
explain bow you can get it free. .
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CXNTBAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STBEZT 8HOE2STOBXJ ...
MM Fifth A-rein.
Splendid assortment Embroideries
including fall with skirtings beginning
at 49c a yard.
Black fish net lace, full width 25c
New assortment sun and rain just
Gloria gold head, 98c
Better ones, too.
Black satin skirts 98c
We will be pleased to have you
look through our stock whether you
purchase or not.
largest ground floor
Newest Styles in Hats,
Latest Styles in Ornaments,
Prettiest Styles in Trimmings.
Richest Styles in Novelties-
all ready to put on.
LARGE HATS, representing every Flower that
ever grew, largest assortment in the city.
Fine and Rough Straw, Trimmed and Untrimmed
a complete assortment.
Come and see the Styles we are offering.
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